structure

(redirected from supporting structure)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia.

structure

n. anything built on land from a shed to a highrise. (See: real property, premises)

References in periodicals archive ?
The following primary loads are used for analysis and design of equipment supporting structure as per ASCE-7-05.
The table slides to position the surface preform opposite the supporting structure. The two mould cavities differ in dimensions by the desired thickness of foam, which can vary across the part.
The two thin plastic plates moulded to the shape of the body and forming the seat and the back of the chair, seem barely anchored by the supporting structure and can be individually angled and coordinated to your particular height and weight.
Steel 'bamboo' stems are integrated into the supporting structure. This lush enclave is flanked by a smaller water and rock filled court, which provides a long vista across the surrounding polder landscape through a glazed connecting passage on the south side of the building.
So antennae on the tower are of much smaller diameter than originally envisaged, making the supporting structure seem inappropriately beefy.

Full browser ?